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Word of the Day is PALIMPSEST

Today is national dictionary day and it's also bosses day. So to honor the BIG BOSS of Honors, Ruth, we're featuring her favorite word.

noun pa·limp·sest \ˈpa-ləm(p)-ˌsest, pə-ˈlim(p)-\

1: writing material (as a parchment or tablet) used one or more times after earlier writing has been erased


2: something having usually diverse layers or aspects apparent beneath the surface


TODAY- DON'T FORGET THE #HONVOYAGE CLOSING RECEPTION- DETAILS BELOW!



Contents in order:
  • Professional Development & Employment Opportunities
  • Events


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Professional Development & Employment Opportunities

16th Annual League for Entrepreneurial Women's Conference

Tuesday, October 20 8:30 - 11:30 AM

"Startups: Swimming in the Tank"

Hear from successful female entrepreneurs and businesswomen who have overcome the obstacles and challenges of launching a company.

This year's conference features a speech by Lu Ann Cahn, veteran journalist and School of Media and Communication's director of Career Services; three hard-hitting presentations on thriving in today's changing world from Executive Vice President of Wilco Electronic Systems, Brigitte Daniel, CEO of Linda's Stuff, Linda Lightman, and entrepreneur/ restaurateur, Nicole Marquis; an interview with Emily Bittenbender, managing partner, Bittenbender Construction; and inductions of three Hall of Fame honorees: Danielle Cohn, senior director of entrepreneurial engagement at Comcast, Kristin Gavin, director and founder of Gearing Up, and Anne Nelson, owner and president of Factor3 Consulting.

These dynamic women will share their lessons of hard work, determination and adventure, providing insight and suggestions on how to swim and survive in the world of start-ups.

Please register for this event by October 16, 2015.

Start Smart Salary Negotiation Workshop

Wednesday, October 21st 5-7 PM
1810 Liacouras Walk, Suite 301

Learn how the gender wage gap affects the lives of college women, how to develop a personal budget based on your target salary, how to benchmark salary and benefits, and how to negotiate your first salary out of college.

Grad School Week!

From October 29th to November 5th, the Career Center will host Grad School Week on Temple’s main campus. This week will include a series of grad school prep workshops ultimately culminating in a Grad School Fair on Thursday, November 5th. For the fair, we are expecting 75 graduate and professional programs from various fields. To see a full listing of registered programs, please follow this link: Temple Grad Fair 2015.

See the flyer to the right for a list of events!

EVENTS

TODAY: #HonVoyage Gallery Show Reception

Friday, October 16th | 3:00-5:00

Honors Lounge Art Gallery

Swing by the Honors Lounge this Friday for the closing reception of #HonVoyage. There will be light bites, a scavenger hunt with the photos, and great conversation so mark your calendars - we hope to see you on Friday!


#HonVoyage is a collection of experiences captured by the Honors community as we meandered through the long warm days of summer. The exhibition is designed to be similar to the way you experience Instagram, a long feed of small images that beg you to stop at the moments that draw your attention. Reaching around the entire lounge, the show is not meant to have a beginning or end, allowing you to continue to re-experience the work from various viewpoints every time you visit the lounge.

Scavenger Hunt @ Tyler School of Art

Wednesday, October 21st 5PM
Tyler School of Art Lobby

Still haven’t fulfilled your Art GenEd requirement? Want to take a class in one of the country’s best art schools? Considering a major or minor at Tyler? If so, join the Honors Creatives for the Tyler Scavenger Hunt this Wednesday! This event is open to all honors students; we'll be examining easels, perusing paintings, searching sculptures, and adventuring through art to find clues leading to the prize! Not only will you be able to explore one of the most interesting buildings on campus, you’ll also have the opportunity to learn more about Tyler and what it offers! If that's not enough to excite you, the winners will receive some free swag!

We’ll be meeting in the lobby of Tyler at 5pm on Wednesday, October 21 to form teams and discuss the rules of the hunt. Best of luck and may the most creative win!

The Lessons of Ferguson Teach-In

Friday, October 16th 2-3:30 PM
Gladfelter Hall Room 24


An extremely interesting opportunity for students this week as Missouri state senator, Maria Chappelle-Nadal, will be on campus to discuss the lessons from the events of Ferguson.

CST Majors & Minors Fair

Friday October 16, 1-3 PM
SERC Lobby